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How to Know if My Hair Needs Nurture or Moisture

What’s the difference between Nurture and Moisture?

The first thing you need to know whether your hair needs nurture or moisture, is to understand the difference between them, and how they function in terms of helping your hair to be healthier.

Nurture

Nurture treatments contain the oils that the hair needs to balance the volume and control frizz. If you have oily hair, this treatment is still necessary to balance the oiliness and reduce the oil secretion from the scalp.

Usually, hair needs a nurturing treatment when it looks:

– Opaque
– Extra frizzy

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Moisture

Moisture treatments contain help control the amount of water the strand absorbs and retains. Hair needs a certain amount of hydration to be soft and malleable.
Every hair type needs hydration to smooth out the scales on the hair cuticles.

Usually, hair needs moisturizing treatment when it feels:

– Brittle
– Dull

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Both very different but very necessary

All hair types need both, moisture and nurture, because water is essential for carrying nourishing agents, and damaged hair will need to be hydrated before it is nourished. Generally speaking, thick hair needs more deep nourishing treatments than finer hair, but if you want to be completely sure I would recommend getting your personal Hair Routine. This will help you keep track of what your hair really needs every time you wash your hair.

’till next time,

Lucía